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So when I became one half of a couple with a man who has worked on Wall Street his whole career, I assumed I would be the one bringing all the fashion accolades to the table. This guy has getting dressed—and looking sharp—where ever he's headed down to a science.
At first, I thought it was a fluke, that I would catch him in a 'I've got nothing to wear to that' trap or that he would show up to dinner in jeans or shoes that made me cringe.
Try Googling images of 50-year-olds and 70-year-olds and see how many more of these lines the latter group has.
While shopping at the local market, Fran meets Glen Mitchell, a well-dressed and handsome man who works on Wall Street.But as I watched him work his wardrobe from New York City to upstate to Jackson Hole to black tie to Europe back to New York, I realized all that left brain thinking at work was really paying off—sartorially speaking.In fact, I even became jealous of his perfectly-curated wardrobe, especially when I found myself scrambling to pack for a vacation or look pulled together for my first dinner at a hunting club (side note: ripped jeans and a fur chubby aren't the best decision).Maxwell, at his men's club, is about to hand over 0,000 to Glen, so Fran has to take some drastic measures to stop the deal.
She first tries to appeal to Maxwell's business manager, C. Although the 0,000 is company profit and thus partly hers, C. would rather see Fran screwed than to save the 0,000.
Just like you have your work and weekend wardrobe, invest in pieces that stand up to a black tie invitation, a ski weekend in Vermont or wherever else you might have to eschew your daily uniform, especially if you expect to reach for these pieces a couple times a year.